Caffeine can alter the way we taste food for a period afterward. Although a temporary effect, this means that the taste perception of food or beverages consumed right after caffeine is likely altered.
Healthy Living/Wellness August 26, 2017
Two new large studies published Monday, July 10, showed a link between coffee and longer life through reducing the risk of death from heart disease, stroke, diabetes, or even cancer. Coffee benefits held up even if one drank a decaffeinated cup.
Healthy Living/Wellness July 11, 2017
Last month, 16-year-old Davis Allen Cripe collapsed in class because of caffeine overdose leading to probable arrhythmia. How much caffeine is enough to result in caffeine intoxication, and how does one stay in the safe limit?
Healthy Living/Wellness May 17, 2017
A highschool student collapsed in his class after drinking three caffeinated beverages over a period of two hours. The coroner said that the teenager died due to caffeine-induced heart event.
Public Health May 16, 2017
Experts warned that too much of Black Insomnia coffee could cause cardiac arrhythmia. Here are other products whose caffeine content may cause potential health risks and possibly death.
Public Health April 2, 2017
Lab test revealed that the world's strongest coffee contains 17.5 grams of caffeine per kilogram. How does the Black Insomnia Coffee fare when compared with Starbucks and other brands?
Healthy Living/Wellness March 30, 2017
Need a reason to justify your coffee habit? Here’s one: your regular dose of caffeine could be protecting you against dementia, according to research from Indiana University.
Healthy Living/Wellness March 8, 2017
Separately, cocoa and caffeine have benefits but researchers have shown that combining the two also produces positive health effects. Looks like those who love their mocha lattes are on to something!
Healthy Living/Wellness March 4, 2017
Health experts in the U.S. military warn servicemen about the dangers of drinking too much energy drink. This type of beverage contains high amounts of caffeine and sugar, which could cause serious damage to the body.
Public Health December 31, 2016
A man's fight to clear his name of DUI charges raises a question about one of the world's most popular beverage: coffee. What does this incident tell us about the effects of caffeine on the human body?
Healthy Living/Wellness December 30, 2016
Researchers have discovered that caffeine may have a hand in reducing dementia risk in women. Sounds like a great reason for a coffee break, right ladies?
Healthy Living/Wellness October 7, 2016
Caffeine-based chemical compounds are capable of halting the progression of Parkinson’s disease, reports a recent study. Meanwhile, caffeine is also found to reduce the risk of cognitive impairment and dementia in older women.
Healthy Living/Wellness October 3, 2016
A caffeine fix has long been the crutch for the sleep-deprived. However, new research suggests that drinking coffee may not be enough to boost a person's mental performance after multiple days of insufficient sleep.
Healthy Living/Wellness June 22, 2016
Coffee might be strong enough to protect you from fatty liver diseases, reveals a recent study. The findings were presented at the International Liver Congress in Barcelona by the research team.
LIFE April 14, 2016
Consuming too much coffee or tea prior to and during the early weeks of pregnancy may increase miscarriage risk. Women whose partners drink too much caffeinated drinks are also more likely to miscarry.
LIFE March 25, 2016
Coffee lovers have a new reason to enjoy their cup as researchers found no association between caffeine intake and palpitations. The study challenges existing medical belief that consumption of caffeine can result in an irregular heart rhythm that may lead to future health problems.
LIFE January 27, 2016
Coffee can help lazy people stick with their fitness plans and reach their fitness goals. According to a study, caffeine can help coax people into choosing healthy choices such as taking a walk instead of watching TV during their leisure time.
LIFE January 15, 2016
A forensic probe showed that a Japanese man in his 20s died from caffeine overdose after his constant use of caffeinated soft drinks to ward off fatigue. Caffeine intoxication is also a real threat to Americans, according to studies.
LIFE December 23, 2015
For 18 months, Stanford psychologist Russell Poldrack scanned his brain for 10 minutes to map brain connections. He found that caffeine consumption or the lack thereof significantly changed brain connectivity.
LIFE December 15, 2015
LSD is known to induce a certain kind of high. Apart from achieving this sensation, a report reveals that the drug is also used in microdoses by Silicon Valley workers to boost productivity.
LIFE November 30, 2015
A study found regular coffee drinkers have lower chances of dying from various diseases, but not all cups are made equal. Explore your love for the world's favorite dark bittersweet liquid the healthy way.
LIFE November 18, 2015
A single 2-tablespoon serving of Steem peanut butter has more caffeine than one serving of concentrated Red Bull. A U.S. senator says the product poses serious health risks among children and pregnant women.
LIFE November 12, 2015
Some flowers attract bees to lower-quality nectar by spiking it with caffeine, researchers find. Bees will ignore flowers with better nectar in favor of getting a caffeine buzz, they say.
October 16, 2015
Coffee can do more than give an energy boost, which can also explain why it can help when dealing with jet lag, new study says.
LIFE September 25, 2015
Drinking coffee in the evening does not just prevent sleep. Caffeine can also make it difficult to get up at the right time the next morning because it disrupts the body's internal clock.
LIFE September 17, 2015
pure powdered caffeine may pose severe health threats to the public. With this, the U.S. FDA issued warning letters to five companies that were found to manufacture the said products.
LIFE September 2, 2015
Researchers conducted a small study and found that taking caffeine supplements equivalent to one cup of coffee before each game helps golfers score better by two strokes. The caffeine group in the experiment also reported less fatigue and more energy.
Sports August 29, 2015
Coffee consumption of four cups a day or more could improve odds of colon cancer not returning, a study suggests. Less consumption offers less benefit, researchers find.
LIFE August 24, 2015
Erectile dysfunction can be reduced by consuming caffeine, a new study shows. Could coffee act as nature's Viagra?
LIFE May 20, 2015
Energy drinks may raise resting blood pressure and effect heart rate in young people. Energy drink consumption is on the rise despite the risks associated with them.
LIFE March 16, 2015
Coffee addicts have one more reason why a daily cup of joe is good for the health: it offers protection against risks of multiple sclerosis.
LIFE February 27, 2015
Toxic chemicals known as secondary metabolites, which are found in certain plants including coffee and tobacco, can reduce intestinal infection in bees by as much as 81 percent.
Animals February 20, 2015
According to new research, children who consume energy drinks and other sugary beverages are more at risk for hyperactive and inattention that children who don't.
Internet Culture February 9, 2015
A new study has found an association between drinking more coffee and reduced risks for endometrial cancer, but this does not mean that women should go ahead and increase their caffeine intake. Here are some reasons why.
LIFE February 9, 2015
Take a caffeine-fueled trip around the world with some of these international coffee concoctions.
Internet Culture February 5, 2015
Taking a power nap can actually increase productivity at work, and more companies support employees taking ten minutes to recharge their batteries. Here's how to master the art of napping.
FEATURE January 29, 2015
A cup of joe in the morning may help you keep skin cancer away.
LIFE January 21, 2015
Without proper labels, it’s easy to go beyond recommended doses. The FDA is being petitioned then to focus more on powdered caffeine and the danger it brings.
LIFE December 10, 2014
Energy drinks can cause severe health effects in children, as they affect the hearts and brains of small children.
LIFE November 17, 2014
Children may face adverse health effects such as seizures and heart problems after energy drinks consumption. Some of the energy drinks can include up to 400 milligrams of caffeine per can or bottle.
LIFE November 17, 2014
Coffee lovers can't go without their daily caffeine fixes, but according to a YouTube video, many java drinkers don't know that much about coffee.
Internet Culture November 9, 2014
WHO Europe has published a report warning about the risks that children face when they chug down excessive amounts of energy drinks.
Internet Culture October 17, 2014
Energy drinks can present a public heath risk, warns the World Health Organization (WHO) in a new report.
LIFE October 15, 2014
Caffeine usage and uptake is controlled by genes, a new metastudy reveals, suggesting tolerance - and addiction - may be hereditary.
LIFE October 7, 2014
Survey ranks professions by amount of coffee consumed; journalists and media workers drink the most. Experts say coffee has health benefits, but overconsumption can cause problems.
Healthy Living/Wellness September 15, 2014